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Recording of Sales RESOLUTION Council resolved: (a) that firearms sales be conducted only by or through licensed firearms dealers. (b) that the following principles should underpin firearms dealer recording of firearms transactions: · firearms dealers should continue to be obliged under penalty to ensure that purchasers are appropriately licensed for the firearm to be purchased; · firearms dealers should be required to record and maintain details (type, make, calibre and serial number) of each weapon purchased or sold against the identity (name, address and licence number) of the seller or the purchaser; · firearms dealers should be required to provide records to the National Register of Firearms through the State/Territory licensing authority; · police personnel investigating a crime or checking the compliance of licensed gun dealers with recording responsibilities should have the right to inspect the records of licensed gun dealers without the need to give notice to the licensee; and · special provisions may have to be put in place in those jurisdictions which have remote locations where licensed gun dealers may not be readily available (it may be possible, for instance, to authorise local police officers to certify sales/purchases in such circumstances). (...) All jurisdictions to legislate to ensure that firearms sales be conducted only by or through licensed firearms dealers. 2. All jurisdictions to adopt the following principles to underpin firearms dealer recording of firearms transactions: · firearms dealers should continue to be obliged under penalty to ensure that purchasers are appropriately licensed for the firearm to be purchased; · firearms dealers should be required to record and maintain details (type, make, calibre and serial number) of each weapon purchased or sold against the identity (name, address and licence number) of the seller or the purchaser; · firearms dealers should be required to provide records to the National Register of Firearms through the State/Territory licensing authority; · police personnel investigating a crime or checking the compliance of licensed gun dealers with recording responsibilities should have the right to inspect the records of licensed gun dealers without the need to give notice to the licensee; and · special provisions may have to be put in place in those jurisdictions which have remote locations where licensed gun dealers may not be readily available (it may be possible, for instance, to authorise local police officers to certify sales/purchases in such circumstances). 3. (...) All jurisdictions to consider whether they wish to put in place measures to provide for individuals living in remote locations where gun dealers are not readily available. 11.
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Score: 1442739.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...isition/States/Australia1.docx
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. · Registered Firearms Dealers must apply for an import/export licence to transfer firearms in/out of Great Britain. (...) Civilians are able to possess firearms and shotguns for the purposes as described in 5 above or as a Registered Firearms Dealer. However, in this country, before anyone can possess a gun they must first apply for a firearm or shotgun certificate or apply to register with their local police as a firearms dealer. (...) To be registered as a firearms dealer, the police must be satisfied that they are not prohibited by a court under the Firearms Act from being registered; the police are satisfied that they can be permitted to carry on business as a firearms dealer without danger to the public safety or to the peace; and be satisfied that the applicant will engage in business as dealers in firearms to a substantial extent or as an essential part of other trades, businesses or profession.
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Score: 1434278.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...lianAcquisition/States/UK.docx
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Resident (1) Refugee (2) 3.3 For how long have you continually lived in this area? Years 3.5 Household size: How many people live in this household? (...) SSA in West Nile – ISSD/FAO Page 6 6.1.2 Overall, if you consider the following seed sources; own, local market, social network and agro-input dealers, was there enough seed available for crop A during LAST YEAR? (...) FAO, Action Aid, Concern etc. 6.2.2 Overall, if you consider the following seed sources; own production, local market, social network and agro-input dealers, was there enough seed available for crop Blast Year?
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Score: 1425892.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/..._HH_Questionnaire_Template.pdf
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A dealer should investigate the car carefully to assess the condition of the car and evaluate the price because a dealer cannot confirm a seller’s explanation about the car. (...) Similar to transaction A, a buyer cannot trust in a dealer (seller) because a dealer has a strong motivation of hiding the exact information about current condition of the car (Case 1). Although a dealer detects the critical problems of the used vehicle after transaction A finished, a dealer will not intend to unveil the detected the problems (Case 2) because this transaction accounts for dealer’s income.
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Score: 1403880.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page274.html
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Figure IV.11 – Risk, uncertainty and motivation in used car transactions Transaction A describes a situation that a dealer purchases a used vehicle from a seller. In this transaction a dealer is a risk taker. A dealer should investigate the car carefully to assess the condition of the car and evaluate the price because a dealer cannot confirm a seller’s explanation about the car. (...) Although a dealer detects the critical problems of the used vehicle after transaction A finished, a dealer will not intend to unveil the detected the problems (Case 2) because this transaction accounts for dealer’s income.
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Score: 1399843.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page223.html
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 Page 276 - Trust in ICT 2017           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 276 - Trust in ICT 2017 P. 276 5 Trust in ICT – Dealer: The major role of a dealer is mediating buyer and seller (owner) to gain economic profit. A dealer can sell the possessed cars, which were already purchased, or can mediate the transaction between sellers and buyers. – Buyer: A buyer is someone who wants to purchase a used car from a dealer or seller. (...) Otherwise, he or she can ask a dealer transaction brokering. – Service Broker: Service broker mediates an interaction among buyers, sellers, and dealers through the information transferred by trust information provider.
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Score: 1385008 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page276.html
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Subsequently, the two tyre dealers gave statements explaining that the tyres were sold to them by certain staff members of UNMIL. (...) The call records established that there was significant telephone traffic between six staff members and one of the tyre dealers, FK. They showed that AW called the tyre dealer FK 138 times during the period; FK, in turn, called AW 126 times. The Applicant called the tyre dealer FK seven times, and another staff member, TS, called him 15 times. 18.
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Score: 1383128.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-057.pdf
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 Page 225 - Trust in ICT 2017           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 225 - Trust in ICT 2017 P. 225 Trust in ICT 3 Figure IV.13 – Used car transaction service high level illustration 6.2 Actors As the participants in the used car transaction process depicted in Figure IV-13 have different goals, each actor plays a distinctive role and conducts different function. • Dealer – The major role of a dealer is mediating buyer and seller (owner) to gain economic profit. – A dealer can sell the possessed cars, which were already purchased, or can mediate the transaction between sellers and buyers. • Buyer – A buyer is someone who wants to purchase a used car from a dealer or seller. – When a buyer wants to purchase a used car, a buyer can search the car in a market place or on the web provided by service broker. – When a buyer requests dealers and brokers for purchasing the car, he or she generally describe the specific constraints such as vehicle age, accumulated mileage, brand, model, budget, and so on. – Based on identified information about the condition of the car, he or she can make a purchase decision under relatively low uncertainty and risk. – The more provided information is trustful and abundant, the more they can reduce risk and uncertainty. • Owner (Seller) – An owner (seller) is someone who wants to sell his or her car to others including a dealer and individual buyer. – When an owner tries to sell the car, he or she simply sell a dealer or an individual the car at a negotiated price. Otherwise, he or she can ask a dealer transaction brokering. • (Trust) Service Broker – Trust service broker is a broker mediating an interaction among buyers, sellers, and dealers through the information transferred by trust management platform. – Based on the information, trust service broker can inform the identified level of trust of owner, registered vehicle, and seller. 217     220     221     222     223     224     225     226     227     228     229     230          
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Score: 1380018.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page225.html
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Gas dealers say the underutilized capacity at the crossing is due primarily to the last factor: delays in actually reaching the pipeline.  "What we need now because of the cumulative shortage is 250-300 tons a day to close the current gap," said Mahmoud al-Shawwa, head of the Association of Gas Station Owners.  Gas dealers have requested that Israel extend working hours of the crossing, open the crossing on Fridays, build more pipelines to boost the capacity, increase the number of trucks allowed into the crossing area, and set up a reserve tank on the Palestinian side.  Last week, Israel began allowing an extra truck of gas on some days, bringing an additional 20 or so tons of gas. But gas dealers say no longer-term solutions have been implemented.
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Score: 1377393.4 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-193361/
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The OEM CRM connects a vehicle to the dealer who sold the vehicle—or to a dealer that has been listed by the customer as being the preferred dealer. 6. (...) The OEM Software Update Server sends the recall update software to all dealers, and the dealers prepare their reprogramming tools for updating the software. 8. (...) The customer is contacted by a dealer and informed that a fix can be made if the car is brought to a dealer.
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Score: 1362535.45 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/e...Functional%20Requirements.docx
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